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It's that time again. We've compiled a small but meaningful list of great Twitter accounts for any Phoenix foodie to follow. If you've ever wondered who was the creative photographer behind some of your favorite food pics, here they are.

Rick Gayle (@rickgayle) Has snapped pics for clients like Fairytale Brownies and Dial Corporation. He even curates a photography blog that is updated a bit more regularly than his twitter account. His blog features his creativity in photography even when they're not paid. Loved his "Apple Core Walkabout" post.

Heather Gill (@Heather_Gill) Not only is she a frequent twitterer, talented freelance photographer, culinary trained chef, food stylist, an organizer of Cupcake Love-In, she's also a contributor to Edible Phoenix magazine. She has just started a blog and started with dessert first. Her photo is from her recent trip to Northern Italy. Real Italian gelato - we want some.

David B. Moore (@davidbmoore) David Moore is also a regular on Twitter. He's worked on projects for Bon Appetit and the Neiman Marcus catalog. You might have also seen his work for the following Phoenix based chains, Samurai Sam's and Peter Piper Pizza. Check him out on Twitter.

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